So im gonna get a new cell phone this weekend .. i have verizon. idk which phone to get .. cost really isnt an issue. is the razor good? or the chocolate? i wanna get something reallyyy cool that everyones gonna love. any advice is appreciated<3
9BigBrat6 answered Monday August 14 2006, 6:23 pm: (this answer is asuming you have verizon).Honestly if those are your two options i would go with the chocolate. i have a razor and i love my phone but it does cost alot and it really doesn't have that many cool features, it doesn't come with any games and it only has a few generic ringtones. it does have a megapixel camera and people do think it's cool(like i said i do love my phone) but the chocolate is newer AND n mp3 player. i think with either of them you would have to buy a different plan for texting so that isn't any different. i think chocolate is more expensive since it's only avialable on the computer but if price is no object i would go with that. [ 9BigBrat6's advice column | Ask 9BigBrat6 A Question ]
courtxrawr answered Monday August 14 2006, 5:49 pm: In my opinion, I would get the razr. I like it alot. Especially the blue & pink one!
The chocolate is cool too - just not something I would love to have, like the razr!
bAhAmAmA0250 answered Monday August 14 2006, 5:28 pm: I wouoldnt get the rzr. It takes good pictures.. but it has no flash. That was the only downfall, I got a new phone 2 days ago, I was going to get the pink rzr,, but it doesnt have a flash, otherwise its a really good phone. The chocolate is to brand new for anyone really to say anything bad about it, although I've heard bad things about sliding phones. Although it is a very slick looking phone. You may want to check out verizon.com. Sometimes you should go into the verizon store nearest to you because they sometimes have new phones that arent on the site.
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